Source Pravda.Ru

Lithuanian superman can pull an army landrover with his beard

Lithuanian brewer Antanas Kontrimas showed incredible strength and self-control during military sports games in the Lithuanian city of Talshai. The guy fixed an army landrover to his beard with straps and pulled it for more than 13 meters. The army machine weighed almost three tons. The superman said that he was very happy about his success, although it was terribly painful for him to do that.

The brewer did the same with a sports plane Vilga a bit earlier, he used his beard to lift up a barrel of beer, or a sack of grains. Even local TV announcer Egle Buchyalite was hanging on his beard for several moments. Antanas is going to set a new record soon, he hopes that his beard will hold a man, weighing 63 kilos. His next object to pull is a fish catching trawler.

Antanas Kontrimas (50) has not shaved for more than 25 years, his beard is more than 50 centimeters long. It should be also added that this man was elected for the position of a deputy of the city parliament.

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